Each practically meaningful service robot has a set of skills such as sensing and interpreting its environment, manipulating objects, moving around or communicating with humans. However, even if all these skills are implemented, there is still the problem of applying the right skill - or the right combination of skills - at the right point in time. One way to address this issue is to employ an action planner.
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